ARE YOU LOOKING TO START A CAREER THAT’S FLEXIBLE, REWARDING AND FUN?
We are seeking motivated individuals who are interested in working with children.
Part-Time Before & After School Positions
Positions Available across the GTA
Qualifications include but are not limited to:
- Previous Child Care Experience
- Registered Early Childhood Educators
- Early Childhood Assistants
- Social Service Workers
- Child and Youth Workers
- Ontario Certified Teachers
Monday – Friday work, with consistent and predictable hours
Opportunity to pick up additional supply hours in between shifts
Competitive part-time hourly rates including comprehensive benefit packages
Work/life balance and family friendly policies including YMCA Health and Fitness membership
Professional development and training specific to Early Childhood Education and play-based learning principles
Potential for career growth into supervisory or managerial roles
Join our team that has been providing quality licensed child care programs for 50 years and is recognized as one of the GTA’s top Employers.
To Apply: Email Resume firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Quote: “September 2018” in the subject line
Next- Steps Employment Centre : Dundas-Dixie Presents
Date: Thursday, June 20 @ 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Location: 1225 Dundas Street East, Unit 14A
Mississauga, ON L4Y 2C5 (Near Dixie)
- Early Childhood Education Diploma (rece position only)
- Registered with College of ECE (rece position only)
- Knowledge and experience in the childcare field
- Criminal reference check with vulnerable sector screening Up to date immunization, TB screening
- Standard First Aid and CPR level C certification
- Flexibility to travel to different centres within your area
Position: Specialist, Child Care Program Development, Municipal Child Care Centres
Competition Number: 2018-EX-EN-52185287-01
Competition posting date: 2018.06.07
Competition closing date: 2018.06.21
Community & Social Services Department, Children's Services, Directly Operated Child Care Services Branch
1 Full-time Continuous Position - 35 hours/week
Salary: $81,192.02 to $98,798.70 annually (2018 rates of pay)
Location: 100 Constellation, Nepean
Category: Current Opportunities
Employment Group: Community and Social Services
Do you have a strong understanding of child development, pedagogy and the role of educators in
supporting early learning?
If so, this is your opportunity with the Ministry of Education to support the implementation and
evaluation of early years programs and services that contribute to healthy child development in
What can I expect to do in this role?
- conduct site visits to inspect, evaluate and monitor child care operations for compliance with legislative requirements and ministry policies
- identify corrective actions for identified issues
- identify and address immediate health and safety issues
- provide recommendations to enhance the quality of child care
- investigate complaints and serious occurrences related to child care
- liaise with community agencies and municipal services
- serve as a technical resource for the public, potential licensees and agencies on licensing requirements and program information
- when appropriate, participate in enforcement action
- participate on projects and project committees
Location: North Bay
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Alliance Family Centre is a non-profit, licensed child care centre located in Cobourg, Ontario. We are currently accepting applications for the Administrative Director position.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
The Child Care Administrative Director’s responsibilities include the overall management of the centre's early childhood program and its operation, facilitating, planning and coordinating of the children's educational programs and activities ensuring licensing standards are met, including training and safety requirements. The Director is also responsible for budgeting, funding, policies, procedures and liaising with the government.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Experience in licensed child care programs and activities including knowledge of policies and procedures related to the operation of a child care centre, child development and standard methods of behavioral observation
- Must have good oral, written and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to maintain neat and accurate financial records and to prepare and present reports and statements.
- Must be well-organized, efficient and detail-oriented and have the ability to maintain confidentiality.
- A minimum of five years professional leadership/management and supervisory experience preferably in educational non-profit.
- Registered ECE with the College of Early Childhood Educators is an asset.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) along with knowledge of or demonstrated ability to use database applications.
- Human resources training and/or experience an asset.
- Experience working in or with a church, as the centre is operated out of Cobourg Alliance Church.
- Willing to provide a clear criminal reference and vulnerable sector check.
Please submit updated resumé and cover letter to:
Alliance Family Centre Chair
South Riverdale Child-Parent Centre
765 Queen Street East
Toronto, Ontario M4M 1H3
P: 416-469-3776 F: 416-392-0025
Job Title: Program Coordinator
The South Riverdale Child-Parent Centre is a non-profit family support program that has operated in Toronto’s Riverdale neighbourhood for 40 years. The Centre provides programs and services that support young children (0-6) and their parent/caregiver and aims to foster development, and strengthen families and communities. The Centre’s services include a drop-in program, toy and book libraries, workshops, and outings. The Centre also operates as an EarlyOn site.
The South Riverdale Child-Parent Centre is an equal opportunity employer. The Centre is committed to creating an environment that celebrates the diversity of its workforce and accommodates individual needs in order to maximize staff morale and productivity.
The South Riverdale Child-Parent Centre is seeking a permanent full-time Program Facilitator to develop and provide high quality programming to children (0-6) and their parents/caregivers, and to support the day to day operations of all aspects of the Centre. The successful applicant will need to have some weekend and evening availability.
Reports To: Team Leader
Employment Start Date: June 25, 2018
Salary and Benefits: Salary is competitive and benefits are available after three months of employment.
District of Parry Sound
Highlands Early Learning & Child Care Centre
East Parry Sound Location
Full-time Permanent Position – 35 hrs/wk
Rate of Pay $21.80/hour
- Early Childhood Education Diploma or A.E.C.E.O. equivalency and current membership with the College of E.C.E
- Minimum one-year experience in a related childcare field.
- Good written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to deal professionally with peers and parents in a friendly and cooperative manner.
- Ability to work independently, as well as part of a team.
- Valid certification in Standard First Aid, including Infant and Child CPR.
Qualified persons should submit cover letter & resume (in one document), referencing Job ID 18U-22, by June 3, 2018.
Attn: Lisa Moore, CHRL
Manager of Human Resources
1 Beechwood Drive, Parry Sound, ON P2A 1J2
Fax (705)751-5370 Email: email@example.com
*We thank all applicants. Only those receiving an interview will be contacted.*
Upon request by applicant, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process.
Deadline: May 11, 2018
Do you have experience, skills and knowledge in child development and learning? Do you possess excellent analytical and problem solving skills, with good judgment in assessing compliance with legislative requirements? If so, consider joining the Ministry of Education's Child Care Quality Assurance and Licensing Branch, where you will support the provision of quality child care programs in safe and stimulating environments.
What can I expect to do in this role?
The West regional office serves the following geographical areas: Region of Halton, County of Wellington, Region of Niagara, City of Hamilton, Norfolk and Haldimand.
As a Program Advisor for licensing and compliance, you will:
• conduct site visits to inspect and assess compliance with legislative requirements and ministry policies
• identify and address immediate health and safety issues
• analyze licensing issues, make recommendations for corrective action and best practices to enhance the quality of care where appropriate
• liaise with agencies and stakeholders
• follow-up on complaints and serious occurrences and facilitate issues resolution
• participate in enforcement action, where applicable
• participate on projects and project committees
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Nova Scotia College of Early Childhood Education
At the Nova Scotia College of Early Childhood Education (NSCECE), passionate and dedicated students, faculty, and staff work to advance the field of early childhood education. Established as the first Atlantic Canadian training program in early childhood education, the NSCECE is a leader in the early years community. With a downtown campus and three child care centre lab schools, the NSCECE practices what they teach, creating a nurturing environment where learners reach their full potential.
The NSCECE is seeking a new Executive Director to take on leadership of this vibrant non-profit educational environment. In collaboration with the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will provide leadership in strategic planning, human resource management, and financial sustainability for the NSCECE. Working within a complex funding landscape, the Executive Director will ensure the efficient use of resources and assets to achieve the vision, mission, and objectives of the organization. As the face of the organization, the Executive Director will act as both an advocate and champion, building positive and enduring partnerships and representing the NSCECE with stakeholders across the province and the country including government, regulatory bodies, other agencies, community and civic organizations, funders and supporters, and the general public.
As the ideal candidate, you are a visionary leader who is driven by a commitment to create a brighter future for children, families, and communities in Nova Scotia and beyond. Your exposure to, and passion for, the fields of early childhood education and adult education will allow you to lead in a spirit of collaboration, listening, and empathy. Leadership experience within the non-profit, education, or broader public sector and the ability to work successfully within a Board governance framework will best equip you for success in this role. Your superior financial management skills and ability to navigate a complex funding environment will allow you to seize opportunities and optimize resources. A natural coach and mentor to your team, a communicator, a committed life-long learner, and a relationship-builder, you listen and consult in order to learn.
You are passionate about education and children and will leverage the strengths of a committed team to lead the NSCECE forward through a time of sectoral change and renewal, delivering sustainable growth and developing programs to meet the evolving needs of the community and of students.
If this sounds like you please contact Laura Godsoe or Andrea Forbes-Hurley at 902.425.0101 or submit your application online at: www.kbrs.ca/Careers/12312
(Full‐time, Term ending March 31, 2020)
Deadline for applications is April 23, 2018
Tungasuvvingat Inuit’s (TI) purpose is to empower and enhance the lives of Inuit. Since 1987, TI has been operating in Ottawa as a community‐based counselling and resource centre.
The Illipalialisaaqtilugu (Early Years) Supervisor provides hands‐on supervision of TI’s Early Years programming. The purpose of this initiative is to align with the Ontario Child Care and Family Support Program Service Management and Funding Guidelines by providing sustainable, culturally appropriate programming thereby fostering a healthy and safe environment that allows Inuit children and their families to celebrate their identity with a sense of pride. The program will also allow children and families to learn about their history in a meaningful and safe way. The incumbent also supervises the CAPC (Parenting) as well as the CPNP (Pre‐Post Natal) programs.
- Supervise program staff including input towards the establishment of individual objectives, training and work plans in keeping with Inuit culture, language and traditions
- Responsible for administration tasks including but not limited to; staff scheduling and leave approval, ensuring quality of services (soliciting client feedback and addressing client concerns), participant and service data gathering, record keeping and file maintenance
- Responsible for budgets, and ensuring program reporting is completed and on time
- Provide guidance for referral of families as identified to additional supports and services
- Oversight of the planning and implementation of programming workshops including purchasing of materials and supplies
- Delivery of training workshops and other programming activities, responding to the varying needs of the staff team
- Provide framework and guidance for the delivery of client workshops and activities, responding to the varying needs of families (such as health, risk factors and nutrition)
- Oversee the implementation of protocols which maintain activity spaces and ensure the environment is clean and safe
- Model positive parenting and relationship behavior and skills
- Follow TI’s policies and procedures
- At all times, working in a manner that preserves confidentiality and seeks to minimize risks for clients, employees and the organization
- Participate in meetings, training and professional development initiatives as required
- Performs other duties as assigned and related to the position